Drug addiction can effect anyone at anytime. Although there are a multitude of well-known drugs that regularly need treatment, such as cocaine, heroin and meth, there are many more forms of drugs that need treatment at a facility.

Any drugs, regardless of whether they are prescribed or illegal, can become addictive if used in a way that is not recommended by a Doctor. Many people battle drug addictions in silence and refuse to get help, which makes their substance addiction worse.

We have listed a number of highly addictive drugs below which we offer rehab treatment for. Start your recovery journey today.

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Ocean Recovery offers personalised inpatient rehab programmes for people suffering from drug and alcohol addiction. Recovery programmes consist of a detox phase which is then followed up by therapy treatment such as cognitive behavioural therapy, group therapy and family therapy.

By completing rehab treatment at our private rehab facility, you will be in the best place to recover from substance addiction. Our medical recovery team are on hand to help you on your journey and medically assist you during difficult periods.

If we have not outlined the drug that either you or a family member is addicted to below, please call us on 01253 847 553 to discuss our treatment options with us.

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Drug Addiction Treatment Options

Here at Ocean Recovery, we have the facilities and medical team to treat a variety of complex addictions. Medically assisted drug detox allows you to withdraw from addictive substances, including prescription drugs, opioids, and other harmful drugs.

We have listed a variety of drug addictions which can be hard to overcome at home alone below.

Click on any of the below links to find out more about the conditions we can provide treatment for:

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Prescription Drug Addiction

Prescription drugs are a huge issue and the dangers of long-term use are not widely known. Although often prescribed by medical professionals, many forms of prescription drugs are highly addictive if consumed for a longer period than is recommended, such as the pain relief medications Oxycodone, Hydrocodone, and Codeine. Prescription drugs that are used to treat pain are often forms of opioids which can become extremely addictive.

Please click the below link for more information on the prescription drug addiction treatment we offer.

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Codeine Addiction

Codeine is an opiate painkiller which is used to treat mild-moderate pain such as backache. It can either be prescribed as a higher dose or bought over the counter, and can become extremely addictive if consumed for a longer period of time than is recommended.

It can be difficult to distinguish if you have an opioid addiction as a tolerance forms to the drug which may feel like it is no longer working to manage pain. It is important to seek treatment options if you feel like you have formed a codeine addiction.

Please click the below link for more information on the codeine addiction treatment we offer.

Codeine Rehab & Detox
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Sleeping Pill Addiction

Sleeping pills are often not thought to be dangerous, but addiction can occur if a tolerance is built over a long period of use. Doctors typically prescribe sleeping pills to treat insomnia short-term, which is why long use can lead to problems.

Please click the below link for more information on the sleeping pill addiction treatment we offer.

Sleeping Pill Rehab & Detox
Painkillers

Painkiller Addiction

Painkillers are one of the leading causes of the huge opioid crisis that is currently occurring in the US and UK. Over long term use, painkillers can become incredibly addictive and ruin the quality of life of people suffering from addiction.

Although opiate painkillers are often prescribed, such as Codeine, Fentanyl and Tramadol, it has now become commonplace for these painkillers to be sold illegally to those suffering with addiction. If you feel like you are suffering from painkiller dependence, it is important that you seek addiction recovery and start a treatment plan.

Please click the below link for more information on the painkiller addiction treatment we offer.

Painkiller Rehab & Detox
Hydrocodone

Hydrocodone Addiction

Hydrocodone is a painkiller opiate which is derived from Codeine. As a result of its addictive nature, Hydrocodone is no longer permitted for medicinal purposes in the UK.

Although it is no longer prescribed, people still suffer from Hydrocodone addiction. Due to its addictive nature, a treatment programme will be needed to overcome the drug addiction.

Please click the below link for more information on the hydrocodone addiction treatment we offer.

Hydrocodone Rehab & Detox
Fentanyl

Fentanyl Addiction

Fentanyl is one of the strongest synthetic opioid drugs available on the market and is only prescribed to people who are receiving end of life care or to treat ‘break through’ pain for those who have built a tolerance to morphine.

Thought to be between 50-100 times stronger than heroin, fentanyl is an incredibly potent drug which requires extensive treatment to overcome. Also sold illegally and laced with other drugs such as heroin or cocaine, fentanyl addiction is incredibly dangerous and can lead to overdose.

Please click the below link for more information on the fentanyl addiction treatment we offer.

Fentanyl Rehab & Detox
Ketamine

Ketamine Addiction

Ketamine is a Class B drug in the UK which is often used by medical professionals to treat pain in humans and animals. It is also used as an anaesthetic. When used outside of a medical setting, ketamine is an illegal drug which causes users to feel a sense of euphoria.

Users can become addicted to the drug however, and treatment will be needed to recover from reliance to Ketamine. It can cause physical and mental problems such as depression, liver dysfunction, increase in blood pressure and agitation.

Please click the below link for more information on the ketamine addiction treatment we offer.

Ketamine Rehab Treatment
Mephedrone

Mephedrone Addiction

Mephedrone is an illegal narcotic which is a Class B drug in the UK. It is typically sold in a powder form and is consumed similarly to cocaine. It can give users a short-lived sensation of euphoria.

Mephedrone is highly addictive and requires treatment services to overcome.

Please click the below link for more information on the mephedrone addiction treatment we offer.

Mephedrone Rehab
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Nicotine Addiction

Nicotine addiction is extremely common and has become worse in recent years as a result of E-cigarette use. Nicotine releases dopamine in the brain which causes users to become addicted to the sensation that nicotine provides.

Addiction to nicotine causes fatigue, reduced energy levels, and puts you at higher risk of cancer of the lungs and throat, diabetes, and skin problems.

Please click the below link for more information on the nicotine addiction treatment we offer.

Nicotine Rehab
Amphetamine

Amphetamine Addiction

Amphetamine is a Class A stimulant which is commonly used to treat ADHD and narcolepsy. When not prescribed or used incorrectly, amphetamine use can cause severe addiction and cause negative mental and physical effects.

People suffering with amphetamine addiction can experience paranoia, cardiovascular problems, psychosis and other withdrawal issues. If you are experiencing any withdrawals from amphetamine use, you may need rehab treatment to overcome addiction.

Please click the below link for more information on the amphetamine addiction treatment we offer.

Amphetamine Rehab
Crystal Meth

Crystal Meth Addiction

Crystal Meth is an extremely addictive stimulant which is either consumed via injection, smoking or in pill form. The drug is highly addictive and can cause livelihoods to be ruined as a result of the impact is has on users lives.

Health implications from crystal meth use includes psychosis, insomnia, skin abscesses, seizures, overdose and a multitude of other health problems. Inpatient rehab treatment is the best option for those suffering with crystal meth addiction.

Please click the below link for more information on the crystal meth addiction treatment we offer.

Crystal Meth Rehab
Ecstasy

Ecstasy Addiction

Ecstasy is widely used recreationally and causes euphoric sensations. It can be incredibly addictive however, and users can experience depression, powerful cravings, insomnia and overdose.

If you are experiencing an ecstasy addiction, receiving treatment is the best way to live your life drug free long-term.

Please click the below link for more information on the ecstasy addiction treatment we offer.

Ecstasy Rehab
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GHB Addiction

GHB is a depressant which is often used as a sleeping pill or party drug. It is often taken alongside alcohol consumption and can cause users to feel high or exaggerate the feeling of being drunk.

The consumption of GHB is dangerous, especially when mixed with alcohol. It is also commonly used as a date rape drug due to the relaxing effect is has on users. Receive treatment for GHB addiction at a treatment centre to give yourself the best chance of making a full recovery.

Please click the below link for more information on the GHB addiction treatment we offer.

GHB Rehab
Amphetamine

Imodium Addiction

Imodium is used to treat digestive problems such as diarrhoea and other stomach concerns. Although it is safe to use in the majority of cases, overuse can cause issues.

Taking too much Imodium can cause euphoric sensations and can, unfortunately, lead to addiction.

Here at Ocean recovery, we can help you quit your Imodium addiction at our residential rehab treatment centre.

Imodium Addiction Treatment
Painkillers

Nurofen Addiction

Nurofen Plus is widely available over the counter as a non-prescription drug.

Anti-inflammatory, people will use Nurofen Pluss for Headaches, Toothache or period pains.

Whilst providing temporary relief, Nurofen contains Codeine which is highly addictive. If you take too much Nurofen over a prolonged period you could become addicted to Codeine.

Nurofen Addiction Treatment
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Benadryl Addiction

Benadryl is an antihistamine drug sold over the counter and is taken by people with allergies.

It works by stopping your body from producing Histamine, something our body produces when exposed to an allergy.

Benadryl is manufactured from Diphenhydramine. This is a highly addictive substance that also makes you feel drowsy after consumption.

Nurofen Addiction Treatment
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Nuromol Addiction

Nuromol is a painkiller that contains both ibuprofen and paracetamol.

As it is a strong and effective painkiller for dental pain, aches and pains, period pain and migraines, occasionally people become dependent on the drug.

If you have a Nuromol problem, don’t delay and let us help you quit taking the drug before it does serious damage to your body.

Nuromol Addiction Treatment
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Panadol Addiction

Panadol or Paracetamol is a very common drug people become dependent on.

Although in general a safe substance to use when taken within the required dosage.

The problem is with overuse, people can become physically and psychologically dependent on the drug.

Panadol Addiction Treatment
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Buscopan Addiction

Buscopan can be given as a prescription and can be store-bought. Taken correctly, it isn’t addictive.

It is typically used to treat conditions such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and period cramps.

Many people get addicted to Buscopan because of how they take the drug, crushing it up and smoking it.

Buscopan Addiction Treatment
Black Mamba

Black Mamba Addiction 

 

Black Mamba is a range of synthetic cathinone and cannabinoid.

This is a class B drug in the UK and is dangerous due to being a mixture of drugs.

It is reacts strongly with the receptors in your brain chemistry and has some devastating consequences.

Black Mamba Addiction Treatment
Fentanyl

Fentanyl Addiction

Fentanyl is normally used as a painkiller in a medical setting; it has the same analgesic effect as morphine.

Although safe in a medical setting with a very low risk of addiction, it is not safe to use recreationally.

Due to the feelings associated with Fentanyl many people become addicted to it.

Fentanyl Addiction Treatment
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Gabapentin Addiction

Gabapentin is used to treat an aray of health conditions however it is abuse frequently.

Used also as a sedative Gabapentin is highly addictive when abused.

When combined with other drugs it can cause intense euphoria and these are feelings people tend to chase.

Gabapentin Addiction Treatment
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Cough Syrup Addiction 

Commonly used for that tickly throat or chesty cough, cough syrup can be highly addictive if used outside guidelines.

It could be a sign of addiction if you struggle to go through it every day without taking some cough medicine.

Combining cough syrup with other drugs can be extremely dangerous.

Cough Syrup Addiction Treatment
Amitriptyline

Amitriptyline Addiction 

Prescribed for a plethora of health conditions, Amitriptyline is mainly an antidepressant.

It changes the neurochemical balance to boost mood and decrease pain.

Our team at Ocean Recovery can help you break free from Amitriptyline addiction.

Amitriptyline Addiction Treatment
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Diazepam Addiction 

This drug is mainly prescribed for those suffering from anxiety and panic disorders.

It is extremely addictive due to its sedative nature and can often lead to fatalities.

Please click the link below for information about Diazepam addiction and how we can help you in your recovery.

Diazepam Addiction Treatment
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Pregabalin Addiction

More commonly used to treat neuropathic pain and health conditions such as epilepsy, Pregabalin is highly addictive due to the calming and euphoric feelings that come with consuming it.

There are various symptoms which can impact a person who is abusing Pregabalin.

Find out more information and how we can help at Ocean Recovery.

Pregabalin Addiction Treatment

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John is one UK’s leading professionals in the addiction recovery industry. Pioneering new treatment techniques such as NAD+ and ongoing research into new therapy techniques such as systematic laser therapy, John is committed to providing the very best treatment for people throughout the UK and Europe. During his extremely busy schedule, John likes to regularly update our blog section with the latest news and trends in the industry to keep visitors to our site as well informed as possible on everything related to addiction treatment.

Dr Alexander Lapa - Clinical Reviewer at Ocean Recovery

Dr Alexander Lapa (Psychiatrist) - Clinical Reviewer - Last reviewed:

MBBS, PG Dip Clin Ed, OA Dip CBT, OA Dip Psychology, SCOPE Certified

Dr Lapa graduated in Medicine in 2000 and since this time has accrued much experience working in the widest range of psychiatric settings with differing illness presentations and backgrounds in inpatient, community and secure settings. This has been aligned to continuation of professional development at postgraduate level in clinical research which has been very closely related to the everyday clinical practice conducted by this practitioner as a NHS and Private Psychiatrist.
He is fully indemnified by the Medical and Dental Defence Union of Scotland (MDDUS) and MIAB Expert Insurance for Psychiatric and Private Medical practice. He is fully registered with the General Medical Council (GMC) in the UK with a licence to practice.

Dr Lapa is approved under Section 12(2) of the Mental Health Act (1983)

Member of Independent Doctors Federation (IDF), British Association for Psychopharmacology (BMA) and The Association for the Study of Obesity (ASO)

Dr Lapa’s extensive experience has also concentrated on the following areas of clinical practice:
– Assessment, Diagnosis and Pharmacological Treatment for Adults with ADHD.
– Drug and Alcohol Dependency and maintaining abstinence and continued recovery
– Intravenous and Intramuscular Vitamin and Mineral Infusion Therapy
– Dietary and Weight Management and thorough care from assessment to treatment to end goals and maintenance
– Aesthetic Practice and Procedures